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much health care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> we're going to turn now to our "instant index" here on a saturday night. and to our picture of the evening. a historic artifact uncovered right here in new york, that triggered a bomb scare this revolutionary war period of cannon loaded and ready to fire. bomb squad found nearly 2 pounds of active gun power had been stored in a shed. it's at least 233 years old. came from a british warship that was sunk in new york's east river. >>> our quote tonight is actually something that we can't repeat here and it comes from that robot made famous on "jeopardy." watson. >> watson? >> who is henry the viii? >> you are right again. >> the visit with me behind the scenes with watson. i tried. researchers thought they would add internet slang to his vast computer vocabulary, the result, the robot that started speaking like the rest of it. they were
of president of the united states -- >>> good evening. it's great to have you with us here on a saturday night. we do begin with that developing news, that terrorists' takeover of that natural gas facility in algeria has come to an deadly end tonight. the algerian military moving in, with a fierce assault on the hosta hostage-takers. leaving many dead. including at least 23 hostages. one american among them. there are still other americans unaccounted for. for the first time since it began, we're getting a first look inside the terrible ordeal. showing workers held inside the compound. hostages kneeling in the sand there, hands in the air. this new video reportedly shot by workers as they escaped through the desert. passing by bodies along the way. in a moment the stories of the survival. but we begin with abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross tonight. >> reporter: the algerian's army third and final assault today recaptured the bp-run facility but left many of the hostages dead. apparently executed by the terrorists. over the four-day siege in the middle of the sahara desert, the
puppets, he said. we want a dialogue with the master, not with the servants. the united nations says the civil war has left more than 60,000 syrians dead. in his only interview with american media during this conflict, assad told abc's barbara walters that his forces targeted terrorists, not civilian protesters. >> what is the misconception if there is any, about the protests? >> we don't kill our people. nobody kills -- no government in the world kills its people unless -- as president, i became president because of the public support. >> and alex marquardt is with us here in new york tonight. thank you for your extraordinary reporting over in syria. when you look at this leader, is this someone who you think thinks he's going to be able to last through this? >> the most striking part of the speech was how confident and collected he seemed. he didn't ramble as he had in the past. this honestly didn't sound like a man who believed his regime was on the brink of collapse. >> thanks. great to have you with us in new york. >>> we'll turn to the west coast and a search for a daring skydi
to california tonight, which is now bracing for its arrival. that's where mobile units are being put in place tonight preparing for what this week will begin just as we get an exclusive look inside a hospital in boston back on the other side of the country where a growing number of children are fighting this flu. we begin with abc's john schriffen. >> reporter: tonight, these young faces are among the most vulnerable. >> i don't even want to know what the flu will do to him. >> reporter: our team at "nightline" with rare inside access at boston children's hospital where the staff has kicked into overdrive wearing masks to try to treat this seemingly endless little of line of patients. >> hopefully the doctors here can make me better. >> reporter: this year, even the healthiest adults are catching the flu. we asked our viewers to tell us how they're getting through it. donya from washington, d.c. decided not to get the flu shot and got sick for five days. >> i'm nursing myself at home drinking gatorade, keeping hydrated, and i was out for an entire week. >> reporter: lisa adam out in los angel
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